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    Zulu strap ??

    Who knows were these type straps can be had and the things to make them work on G shocks !! ???:-S Iam in the USA by the way .But would orer them were ever I had to I have a large wrist I hope the makem to fit ?:-S

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    Re: Zulu strap ??

    You need an adaptor (see below), available from a number of online sources, including this one:


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    Re: Zulu strap ??

    I got the strap adapters and zulu from broadarrow.net
    westcoastime seems to be a good source as well.
    (I believe the products are exactly the same.)
    I'd recommend the 24mm strap. They seem to fit the adapters perfectly.
    If you were to use it on the dw5600 you got you'll need to check the
    lug width of the stock adapters because I don't know about them.
    And make sure the adapters work on the watch you want to install them on.
    They don't fit one some watches.

    edit: I think the strap is long enough to fit most wrists but you might
    want to check that again.
    Last edited by teekay; September 3rd, 2006 at 22:34.

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    Re: Zulu strap ??

    In the U.S., countycomm.com has both adapters and zulus at good prices.
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    Re: Zulu strap ??

    Thanks for the picture and the link, Seamaster - they have prompted me to order a 24mm Zulu (even though I expressed a strong preference for 'original resin' in the recent poll). I think it might suit my G-5600.

    I already thought the band was a bit skinny, so these words on the website did it for me: "G Shocks and the like are great watches but those wimpy 15-16 mm bands are the worst - so here we have OEM adaptors for these watches that allow you to fit a REAL band, a maratac zulu in 22 or 24 mm !!!!!!!!"

    Well, obviously I want a REAL band, don't I?
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